bird and breakfast
 n.— «An owner may use land for purposes that are secondary to the primary use—wildlife management—if the secondary use is compatible with the primary use. For example, an owner may engage in wildlife management and also operate a business in which bird watchers stay on the land overnight and watch for birds during the day (known as a bird and breakfast operation).» —“Guidelines for Qualification of Agricultural Land in Wildlife Management Use: Part I: Qualifying Land for Wildlife Management Use” Window on State Government (Texas) July, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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